What is the current population of Dyer?

Based on the latest 2022 data from the US census, the current population of Dyer is 2,309. Dyer, Tennessee is the 7,093rd largest city in the US.

What was the peak population of Dyer?

The peak population of Dyer was in 2000, when its population was 2,403. In 2000, Dyer was the 6,667th largest city in the US; now its fallen to the 7,093rd largest city in the US. Dyer is currently 3.9% smaller than it was in 2000.

How quickly is Dyer shrinking?

Dyer has shrunk 3.9% since the year 2000. Dyer, Tennessee's growth is about average. 55% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

What is the voting age population of Dyer, Tennessee?

The total voting age population of Dyer, Tennessee, meaning US citizens 18 or older, is 1,992. The voting age population is 42.9% male and 57.1% female.

What percentage of Dyer, Tennessee residents are senior citizens?

According to the latest census statistics, 20.2% of the residents of Dyer are 65 or older.

What are the racial demographics of Dyer, Tennessee?

The racial demographics of Dyer are 79.3% White, 18.2% Black, 1.4% American Indian and 1.1% Two or more races. Additionally, 3.2% of the population identifies as Hispanic.

What percentage of Dyer, Tennessee residents are below the poverty line?

In Dyer, 20.7% of residents have an income below the poverty line, and the child poverty rate is 21.0%. On a per-household basis, 19.0% of families are below the poverty line in Dyer.

What percentage of Dyer, Tennessee residents are in the labor force?

Among those aged 16 and older, 55.8% of Dyer residents are in the labor force.

What are the education levels among Dyer, Tennessee residents?

Among the adult population 25 years old and over, 86.0% of Dyer residents have at least a high school degree or equivalent, 14.7% have a bachelor's degree and 7.1% have a graduate or professional degree.

What percentage of Dyer, Tennessee residents speak a non-English language at home?

Among Dyer residents aged 5 and older, 0.4% of them speak a non-English language at home. Broken down by language: 0.2% of residents speak Spanish at home, 0.2% speak an Indo-European language, and 0.0% speak an Asian language.

What is the unemployment rate in Dyer, Tennessee?

The unemployment rate in Dyer is 4.8%, which is calculated among residents aged 16 or older who are in the labor force.

What percentage of Dyer, Tennessee residents work for the government?

In Dyer, 15.0% of the residents in the non-military labor force are employed by the local, state and federal government.

What is the median income in Dyer, Tennessee?

The median household income in Dyer is $35,733.

What percentage of housing units are owner-occupied in Dyer, Tennessee?

In Dyer, 64.1% of housing units are occupied by their owners.

What percentage of housing units are rented in Dyer, Tennessee?

Renters occupy 35.9% of housing units in Dyer.

What percentage of Dyer, Tennessee housing units were built before 1940?

Of all the housing units in Dyer, 9.7% of them were build before 1940.

What percentage of Dyer, Tennessee housing units were built after 2000?

In Dyer, 12.9% of the total housing units were built after the year 2000, which is approximately 150 units.

What is the median monthly rent in Dyer, Tennessee?

The median gross monthly rent payment for renters in Dyer is $659.

What percentage of households in Dyer, Tennessee have broadband internet?

In Dyer, 73.0% of households have an active broadband internet connection.

Dyer Population By Year

Population Graph For Dyer
Year Population Rank in US
2021 2,309 7,093
2020 2,306 7,092
2019 2,207 7,244
2018 2,216 7,218
2017 2,206 7,223
2016 2,236 7,164
2015 2,274 7,095
2014 2,281 7,081
2013 2,295 7,064
2012 2,310 7,032
2011 2,333 6,995
2010 2,341 6,979
2000 2,403 6,667
1990 2,325 6,377

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US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2021
7083 Homerville, Georgia 2,317 -17.3%
7084 Rockwell, North Carolina 2,317 17.5%
7085 Frankfort, New York 2,315 -8.5%
7086 Henry, Illinois 2,315 -8.5%
7087 Wenonah, New Jersey 2,315 0.0%
7088 Crosby, Minnesota 2,314 0.7%
7089 Farmington, Illinois 2,314 -10.9%
7090 Jonesville, North Carolina 2,314 2.2%
7091 Croswell, Michigan 2,313 -6.6%
7092 New Stanton, Pennsylvania 2,311 21.1%
7093 Dyer, Tennessee 2,309 -3.9%
7094 Wray, Colorado 2,308 5.4%
7095 Tompkinsville, Kentucky 2,307 -13.1%
7096 Lincoln, Arkansas 2,306 27.4%
7097 Shinnston, West Virginia 2,306 0.7%
7098 Bronson, Michigan 2,305 -4.7%
7099 Belleair Bluffs, Florida 2,303 2.6%
7100 Malad City, Idaho 2,303 6.8%
7101 Richlands, North Carolina 2,302 136.8%
7102 Hickman, Kentucky 2,301 -9.4%
7103 Nicoma Park, Oklahoma 2,300 -5.3%

Similarly Sized Cities In Tennessee

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2021
5044 Coopertown 4,590 51.1%
5140 Huntingdon 4,433 1.3%
5146 Selmer 4,425 -2.1%
5180 Louisville 4,388 112.9%
5216 Harrogate 4,327 6.3%
5236 Waverly 4,296 5.9%
5260 Trenton 4,263 -9.3%
5417 Algood 4,016 35.5%
5421 Tiptonville 4,013 -6.4%
5434 Livingston 3,994 13.8%
5453 White Bluff 3,969 84.2%
5572 Hohenwald 3,792 -1.5%
5573 Unicoi 3,792 5.8%
5576 Oneida 3,788 -1.1%
5620 Gatlinburg 3,726 8.1%
5654 Camden 3,685 -2.8%
5700 Etowah 3,632 -1.1%
5706 Jasper 3,625 13.1%
5762 Centerville 3,549 -7.1%
5857 Somerville 3,423 28.5%
5906 Dandridge 3,377 59.5%
5965 Newbern 3,313 10.5%
5974 Oliver Springs 3,302 -0.2%
6148 South Pittsburg 3,101 -5.4%
6242 Dresden 3,025 -1.5%
6245 Tusculum 3,020 49.1%
6288 Bean Station 2,981 5.6%
6395 Brighton 2,872 63.3%
6465 Kingston Springs 2,810 0.8%
6488 New Tazewell 2,790 -2.8%
6531 Monterey 2,750 -0.3%
6553 Belle Meade 2,732 -7.2%
6564 Westmoreland 2,725 28.8%
6575 Woodbury 2,711 11.1%
6647 Whiteville 2,651 -42.2%
6703 Clifton 2,603 -3.4%
6739 White Pine 2,572 27.6%
6833 Piperton 2,494 153.9%
6850 Bells 2,485 7.1%
6854 Mosheim 2,484 19.8%
6859 Maynardville 2,479 38.8%
6912 Mountain City 2,444 -2.0%
7004 Decherd 2,368 5.5%
7028 Tazewell 2,354 5.0%
7064 Waynesboro 2,330 4.7%
7072 Jacksboro 2,324 22.8%
7074 Alamo 2,322 -3.2%
7093 Dyer 2,309 -3.9%
7145 Carthage 2,270 0.7%
7151 Estill Springs 2,266 2.3%
7199 Adamsville 2,245 12.9%
7258 South Fulton 2,200 -12.4%
7274 Caryville 2,190 -3.0%
7350 Jellico 2,148 -12.3%
7374 Ridgetop 2,137 29.9%
7438 Blaine 2,093 31.5%
7445 Plainview 2,091 11.4%
7456 Parsons 2,082 -18.2%
7457 Halls 2,081 -10.1%
7467 Greenfield 2,075 -5.7%
7472 Pegram 2,073 -3.7%
7542 Lookout Mountain 2,037 2.2%
7605 Walden 2,005 2.1%
7661 Berry Hill 1,973 191.8%
7681 Spring City 1,964 -7.1%
7790 Lakesite 1,902 5.1%
7809 Jamestown 1,891 2.8%
7813 Surgoinsville 1,889 14.3%
7829 Three Way 1,879 36.3%
7885 Pikeville 1,855 3.2%
7916 New Johnsonville 1,837 -3.5%
7922 Cross Plains 1,832 30.8%
7953 Bluff City 1,816 16.1%
8052 Cowan 1,770 -0.1%
8071 Loretto 1,762 0.9%
8095 Chapel Hill 1,753 51.3%
8099 Gruetli-Laager 1,752 -6.1%
8102 Dover 1,749 20.7%
8140 Ridgely 1,736 -0.8%
8232 McEwen 1,700 -0.8%
8256 Burns 1,689 18.1%
8371 Baxter 1,637 23.5%
8387 Charlotte 1,629 41.0%
8401 Whitwell 1,624 -2.0%
8407 Rocky Top 1,621
8421 Decatur 1,615 15.5%
8428 Crump 1,608 12.6%
8467 Vonore 1,591 36.0%
8477 Norris 1,586 10.0%
8532 Kimball 1,562 18.8%
8547 Watertown 1,557 14.2%
8562 Spencer 1,552 -9.3%
8633 Benton 1,524 14.9%
8645 South Carthage 1,521 16.6%
8687 Englewood 1,503 -8.3%
8698 Bruceton 1,499 -3.3%
8764 Graysville 1,470 3.6%
8901 Tracy City 1,418 -14.3%
8943 Troy 1,400 9.8%
8948 Gleason 1,398 -4.7%
8961 Celina 1,393 1.0%
9017 Gordonsville 1,377 28.4%
9031 Monteagle 1,373 7.5%
9069 New Market 1,362 1.0%
9076 Mason 1,361 13.6%
9162 Tennessee Ridge 1,332 0.7%
9213 Sneedville 1,315 -2.5%
9276 Powells Crossroads 1,286 -3.1%
9300 Rutledge 1,277 7.3%
9313 Huntsville 1,270 25.1%
9382 Cornersville 1,249 27.8%
9492 Ardmore 1,211 11.9%
9502 Erin 1,208 -18.1%
9534 Red Boiling Springs 1,200 12.4%
9562 Kenton 1,193 -8.7%

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